ECO 342: Money and Banking

Description: This course explores the role that money, financial markets and institutions, and monetary policy play in shaping the economic environment. We investigate why these markets and institutions arise and may lubricate the resource allocation analytically (rather than descriptively), using tools of economic theory.


ECO 525 / FIN 525: Asset Pricing

Description: Introduction to asset pricing covering theory in both continuous and discrete time to study dynamic portfolio choice; derivative pricing; the term structure of interest rates; and intertemporal asset-pricing and consumption-based models.


Previous years

  • ECO 342: Money and Banking Fall 2012
  • ECO S500: Mathematics for Economists Fall 2012
  • Junior Independent Work 2012-2013